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Thread: ***New*** One Piece Silicone M50 Manifold Adaptor Hose

  1. #126
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    Quote Originally Posted by bmwm1128 View Post
    i'm glad this got brought up. the manifold i have (did not come from you) has some hard buildup at the end of the runners. is this what you're talking about? i was planning on trying to scrape it out, but if you suggest i just leave it, that's what i'll do.
    here is what I've found...if you leave the carbon in there it holds up better and doesn't flake off into your motor. if you scrape some of it out you weaken the structure of its buildup and if there is any left it will come loose over time because its support structure is no longer there.

    when you take your other manifold off you will find this same carbon buildup. it's fine. leave it alone is my recommendation.

    -E
    Eric Paul Eviston - 1 Piece Silicone Hose M50 Manifold Conversion Kit

    ******M50 Manifold Install Trouble Shooting Guide Here: www.m50manifold.com

    '98 M3/4 - ECIS CAI, S50 Manifold, Conforti Software, 16" Spal Puller, UUC Pulleys, Fan Delete, UUC Stage 2 Fly w/M5 Clutch, UUC Blacks w/TMEs, X-Brace, GC RTAB shims, GC RSMs,
    M Roadster lever, 245x40x17 all 4 corners, Drilled Zimmermans, Motul RBF600 and Redline Synth fluids.
    My Dyno HERE
    My Website:
    www.m50manifold.com
    My Email:
    info@m50manifold.com


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    Does anyone having problem opening Eric's website or just me? I tried both IE and FireFox and both is not working for me. Any ideas? Thanks.

  3. #128
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    Quote Originally Posted by E36M3E View Post
    here is what I've found...if you leave the carbon in there it holds up better and doesn't flake off into your motor. if you scrape some of it out you weaken the structure of its buildup and if there is any left it will come loose over time because its support structure is no longer there.

    when you take your other manifold off you will find this same carbon buildup. it's fine. leave it alone is my recommendation.

    -E
    sounds like a plan. thanks!


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    Sent email. Hoping I can still get a deal on this.

  5. #130
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    any reviews on the new setup? highly interested
    Last edited by InDTM3; 07-08-2010 at 05:03 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by InDTM3 View Post
    any reviews on the new setup? highly interested
    I think there have been no reviews because everyone is happy with the setup. The only issue I have discovered in my installs is: if any lube is used to assemble the hose onto the crank vent...it can be a little slippery for a while and may pop off right after it's put on. If put on dry and clamped it won't move. A revision to the instructions has been made...and a revision to the part tooling is in the works as well.

    The setup is exactly the same as the one I've been selling for years, except for the new one piece silicone hose. So I'm sure it will prove just as reliable as the earlier version...albeit a tiny bit harder to install due to it's one piece design.

    -E
    Eric Paul Eviston - 1 Piece Silicone Hose M50 Manifold Conversion Kit

    ******M50 Manifold Install Trouble Shooting Guide Here: www.m50manifold.com

    '98 M3/4 - ECIS CAI, S50 Manifold, Conforti Software, 16" Spal Puller, UUC Pulleys, Fan Delete, UUC Stage 2 Fly w/M5 Clutch, UUC Blacks w/TMEs, X-Brace, GC RTAB shims, GC RSMs,
    M Roadster lever, 245x40x17 all 4 corners, Drilled Zimmermans, Motul RBF600 and Redline Synth fluids.
    My Dyno HERE
    My Website:
    www.m50manifold.com
    My Email:
    info@m50manifold.com


  7. #132
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    I have the manifold, but I don't have anything else. How much are your kits minus the manifold?
    '98 M3 5spd - '03 540it 6spd M-Sport

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    +1

    328 part out http://forums.bimmerforums.com/forum....php?t=1433861
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  9. #134
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    I ordered a kit/manifold/cover July 30 and am waiting on a purchase confirmation and ETA on shipping.

    Eric?


    Old, slow, and in the way.

  10. #135
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    So anyone tried this yet on an E39?
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  11. #136
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    Quote Originally Posted by QtheGenius View Post
    I have the manifold, but I don't have anything else. How much are your kits minus the manifold?
    The new kits are ready and shipping. I have black, blue, or red silicone hoses to choose from. Shipping is UPS ground to USA and USPS to Canada (extra charges apply).

    The new kit retails for $179. Refurbished and modified M50 manifolds are $159. Refurbished and modified M50 fuel rail covers are $39 *****COVERS ON BACK ORDER*****. Shipping is either $15 or $25 depending on whether you buy a manifold or not...$15 without and $25 with.

    Price totals:

    *Kit + FRC + Manifold + Shipping = $402 total to paypal
    *Kit + FRC + Shipping = $233 total to paypal
    *Kit + Shipping = $194 total to paypal

    Paypal is sales@m50manifold.com

    Best Regards,


    Quote Originally Posted by motomoron View Post
    I ordered a kit/manifold/cover July 30 and am waiting on a purchase confirmation and ETA on shipping.

    Eric?
    Sorry man, you ordered the day I went to China for 2 weeks. Very sorry. I'm shipping your kit today.

    Quote Originally Posted by 328iJunkie View Post
    So anyone tried this yet on an E39?
    Yes it has been done. There is a battery terminal that mounts to the E39 manifold and it needs a home when the M50 is installed but many have done it.

    -E
    Eric Paul Eviston - 1 Piece Silicone Hose M50 Manifold Conversion Kit

    ******M50 Manifold Install Trouble Shooting Guide Here: www.m50manifold.com

    '98 M3/4 - ECIS CAI, S50 Manifold, Conforti Software, 16" Spal Puller, UUC Pulleys, Fan Delete, UUC Stage 2 Fly w/M5 Clutch, UUC Blacks w/TMEs, X-Brace, GC RTAB shims, GC RSMs,
    M Roadster lever, 245x40x17 all 4 corners, Drilled Zimmermans, Motul RBF600 and Redline Synth fluids.
    My Dyno HERE
    My Website:
    www.m50manifold.com
    My Email:
    info@m50manifold.com


  12. #137
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    so far veryyy satisfied. kind of a B#^%& to get it installed.. buy hey its an e36.

    great instructions and product.

    five stars
    *****

    WTB Thread FS Thread
    No tint. No CELs. Lovin' the RWD.

  13. #138
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    The new one piece hose is more difficult to install because it is one piece. the older style you could leave disconnected at the V and it was easier.

    But you guys wanted a one piece hose so that's what ya got. LOL.

    -E
    Eric Paul Eviston - 1 Piece Silicone Hose M50 Manifold Conversion Kit

    ******M50 Manifold Install Trouble Shooting Guide Here: www.m50manifold.com

    '98 M3/4 - ECIS CAI, S50 Manifold, Conforti Software, 16" Spal Puller, UUC Pulleys, Fan Delete, UUC Stage 2 Fly w/M5 Clutch, UUC Blacks w/TMEs, X-Brace, GC RTAB shims, GC RSMs,
    M Roadster lever, 245x40x17 all 4 corners, Drilled Zimmermans, Motul RBF600 and Redline Synth fluids.
    My Dyno HERE
    My Website:
    www.m50manifold.com
    My Email:
    info@m50manifold.com


  14. #139
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    These things are selling like hotcakes. I can't believe no one is posting about it anymore.

    -E
    Eric Paul Eviston - 1 Piece Silicone Hose M50 Manifold Conversion Kit

    ******M50 Manifold Install Trouble Shooting Guide Here: www.m50manifold.com

    '98 M3/4 - ECIS CAI, S50 Manifold, Conforti Software, 16" Spal Puller, UUC Pulleys, Fan Delete, UUC Stage 2 Fly w/M5 Clutch, UUC Blacks w/TMEs, X-Brace, GC RTAB shims, GC RSMs,
    M Roadster lever, 245x40x17 all 4 corners, Drilled Zimmermans, Motul RBF600 and Redline Synth fluids.
    My Dyno HERE
    My Website:
    www.m50manifold.com
    My Email:
    info@m50manifold.com


  15. #140
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    Free bump because I bought one last week. Thanks for providing this excellent solution to the e36 community!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jrotax101 View Post
    Free bump because I bought one last week. Thanks for providing this excellent solution to the e36 community!
    thanks for your order. hope you like it.

    -E
    Eric Paul Eviston - 1 Piece Silicone Hose M50 Manifold Conversion Kit

    ******M50 Manifold Install Trouble Shooting Guide Here: www.m50manifold.com

    '98 M3/4 - ECIS CAI, S50 Manifold, Conforti Software, 16" Spal Puller, UUC Pulleys, Fan Delete, UUC Stage 2 Fly w/M5 Clutch, UUC Blacks w/TMEs, X-Brace, GC RTAB shims, GC RSMs,
    M Roadster lever, 245x40x17 all 4 corners, Drilled Zimmermans, Motul RBF600 and Redline Synth fluids.
    My Dyno HERE
    My Website:
    www.m50manifold.com
    My Email:
    info@m50manifold.com


  17. #142
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    Do you know when the cover will be instock?

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    *Kit + FRC + Manifold + Shipping = $402 total to paypal
    *Kit + FRC + Shipping = $233 total to paypal
    *Kit + Shipping = $194 total to paypal

    is the kit still available at these prices? If so you'll be hearing from me soon haha just found a manifold at the junk yard for cheap

  19. #144
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    Those prices are still good!!

    I'm getting a few covers tomorrow but I think they are all already spoken for...so many on back order this first load goes straight out if they are worth a crap. that's the prob...the covers are so hit and miss it's hard to find clean ones.

    -E
    Eric Paul Eviston - 1 Piece Silicone Hose M50 Manifold Conversion Kit

    ******M50 Manifold Install Trouble Shooting Guide Here: www.m50manifold.com

    '98 M3/4 - ECIS CAI, S50 Manifold, Conforti Software, 16" Spal Puller, UUC Pulleys, Fan Delete, UUC Stage 2 Fly w/M5 Clutch, UUC Blacks w/TMEs, X-Brace, GC RTAB shims, GC RSMs,
    M Roadster lever, 245x40x17 all 4 corners, Drilled Zimmermans, Motul RBF600 and Redline Synth fluids.
    My Dyno HERE
    My Website:
    www.m50manifold.com
    My Email:
    info@m50manifold.com


  20. #145
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    Told ya id review, great product, instructions were 100% clear even though I didnt use em most the time (altho it was nice to reference). I give an A for all the pices and clear instructions with everything sorted through. There was no guessing, no well I gotta move this to make it fit.
    Finished product without fuel rail cover and proceding dyno with UUC RSC36, bimmerworld Race Intake (had conforti on in time of picture, ps its for sale) and M50 Intake manifold untuned on a 153k track driven M3.



  21. #146
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    Thanks for the review.

    Looks like typical results.

    -E
    Eric Paul Eviston - 1 Piece Silicone Hose M50 Manifold Conversion Kit

    ******M50 Manifold Install Trouble Shooting Guide Here: www.m50manifold.com

    '98 M3/4 - ECIS CAI, S50 Manifold, Conforti Software, 16" Spal Puller, UUC Pulleys, Fan Delete, UUC Stage 2 Fly w/M5 Clutch, UUC Blacks w/TMEs, X-Brace, GC RTAB shims, GC RSMs,
    M Roadster lever, 245x40x17 all 4 corners, Drilled Zimmermans, Motul RBF600 and Redline Synth fluids.
    My Dyno HERE
    My Website:
    www.m50manifold.com
    My Email:
    info@m50manifold.com


  22. #147
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    bump for lots of new orders. looking forward to lots of new reviews.

    don't forget to indicate what color you want when you order...I have a lot of guys emailing me saying oh man I wanted blue (or red) but I sent them black because it's the default color.

    -E
    Eric Paul Eviston - 1 Piece Silicone Hose M50 Manifold Conversion Kit

    ******M50 Manifold Install Trouble Shooting Guide Here: www.m50manifold.com

    '98 M3/4 - ECIS CAI, S50 Manifold, Conforti Software, 16" Spal Puller, UUC Pulleys, Fan Delete, UUC Stage 2 Fly w/M5 Clutch, UUC Blacks w/TMEs, X-Brace, GC RTAB shims, GC RSMs,
    M Roadster lever, 245x40x17 all 4 corners, Drilled Zimmermans, Motul RBF600 and Redline Synth fluids.
    My Dyno HERE
    My Website:
    www.m50manifold.com
    My Email:
    info@m50manifold.com


  23. #148
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    working on the website. trying to get a buy it now button installed.

    any IT guys out there wana free kit for some website work?

    -Eric
    Eric Paul Eviston - 1 Piece Silicone Hose M50 Manifold Conversion Kit

    ******M50 Manifold Install Trouble Shooting Guide Here: www.m50manifold.com

    '98 M3/4 - ECIS CAI, S50 Manifold, Conforti Software, 16" Spal Puller, UUC Pulleys, Fan Delete, UUC Stage 2 Fly w/M5 Clutch, UUC Blacks w/TMEs, X-Brace, GC RTAB shims, GC RSMs,
    M Roadster lever, 245x40x17 all 4 corners, Drilled Zimmermans, Motul RBF600 and Redline Synth fluids.
    My Dyno HERE
    My Website:
    www.m50manifold.com
    My Email:
    info@m50manifold.com


  24. #149
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    Buy now button

    what web work do u need done? just the Buy Now button?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BimmerCANNON View Post
    what web work do u need done? just the Buy Now button?
    No I need someone to cut and paste my content into a new OS that supports the E commerce.

    I have the OS loaded up and some of the stuff migrated but I just don't have time for it.

    -E
    Last edited by E36M3E; 11-12-2010 at 11:07 PM.
    Eric Paul Eviston - 1 Piece Silicone Hose M50 Manifold Conversion Kit

    ******M50 Manifold Install Trouble Shooting Guide Here: www.m50manifold.com

    '98 M3/4 - ECIS CAI, S50 Manifold, Conforti Software, 16" Spal Puller, UUC Pulleys, Fan Delete, UUC Stage 2 Fly w/M5 Clutch, UUC Blacks w/TMEs, X-Brace, GC RTAB shims, GC RSMs,
    M Roadster lever, 245x40x17 all 4 corners, Drilled Zimmermans, Motul RBF600 and Redline Synth fluids.
    My Dyno HERE
    My Website:
    www.m50manifold.com
    My Email:
    info@m50manifold.com


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